Definition of Think factory
1. Noun. A company that does research for hire and issues reports on the implications.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Think Factory
Literary usage of Think factory
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1886)
"We went to one evening meeting, at a place near Leicester, where the people were chiefly, I think, factory workers. They made a good deal of noise, ..."
2. Annual Convention of the International Association of Factory Inspectors by Convention (1911)
"I think factory inspection is a noble work, and the man who will apply himself, and take an interest in it can do a wonderful amount of good. ..."
3. The R.I. Schoolmaster by Rhode Island Commissioner of Public Schools (1857)
"I don't think factory work hurts children so much as running in the streets and getting their feet wet." The nod of head that finished this sentence ended ..."
4. Report by United States Industrial Commission (1901)
"I think factory legislation is a great benefit to the unthinking class of employers: and it also brings the unscrupulous employers into line and compels ..."
5. Sessional Papers (1902)
"As far as your observation would go, you think factory children are drawn from a better class of home ? —Anj'one looking at them, and comparing them with ..."